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Chinese Take Aways - Overrated?
 
# 31 : Saturday 18-2-2017 @ 11:14
 
 
The good ones are magical though.
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# 32 : Saturday 18-2-2017 @ 11:28
 
 
I had a spice box the other. Delish!!
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# 33 : Saturday 18-2-2017 @ 14:38
 
 
dim sum yum.
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# 34 : Saturday 18-2-2017 @ 20:10
 
 
Someone said :
I think it's much more cost efficient to buy cheap chicken than run around trying to catch enough squirrels to make sweet and sour chicken!

I dunno. You never see a stray cat or dog around my local village although the outer areas are swarming with them. I reckon the chinese patrol a perimeter at night and catch all the strays with fishing nets.
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# 35 : Saturday 18-2-2017 @ 20:21
 
 
What's the name of the local Chinese take-away, Wok the Dog ?
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# 36 : Saturday 18-2-2017 @ 23:21
 
 
Someone said :
A friend of mine said they use squirrel meat and rat meat in some Chinese take away foods for cheap production. I don't know if its true but my friend said when the beef or chicken is tough it is not the correct meat.

Years ago it was dog meat. Its all a bit like that bus driver who told everyone some traveller/immigrant/refugee/single mother left a pram behind.
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# 37 : Saturday 18-2-2017 @ 23:26
 
 
Yeah, and Polish immigrants are killing ducks in public parks for meat
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# 38 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 08:39
 
 
Do you think they are urban myths?

Don't know about Polish but there have been a few Nigerians up in court the past year over killing swans.

Plenty of buggies left at bus stops I would see now and then.

Edit: I was joking about the Chinese but then again.....
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# 39 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 10:39
 
 
Someone said :
Do you think they are urban myths?

Don't know about Polish but there have been a few Nigerians up in court the past year over killing swans.

Really? Any sources on that?
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# 40 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 10:54
 
 
Someone said :
The good ones are magical though.

+1
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# 41 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 11:03
 
 
Someone said :

Really? Any sources on that?

Like issue you with court records?
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# 42 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 11:07
 
 
Hope they don't decide to kill my ducks to source my local take away.
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# 43 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 11:09
 
 
Someone said :
Hope they don't decide to kill my ducks to source my local take away.

No. They'll have it for themselves for Sunday lunch.
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# 44 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 11:19
 
 
I heard years ago they were stealing swan eggs and swans for food source and they had to get volunteers to keep an eye on the swans and eggs.
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# 45 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 11:22
 
 
Someone said :
Do you think they are urban myths?

Don't know about Polish but there have been a few Nigerians up in court the past year over killing swans.

Plenty of buggies left at bus stops I would see now and then.

Edit: I was joking about the Chinese but then again.....

Of course they are urban myths
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